Owasso Fire Station/HQ/Training Campus

  • View from the street of the fire station, adjoining HQ and burn tower and other buildings on the 10-acre campus
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  • The design and scale of the fire station and HQ ensures they are a good fit aesthetically within the surrounding residential neighborhood
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Owasso, Okla.


20,768 sq. ft.
Leaders in this community of nearly 30,000 selected WSKF Architects to lead a multi-discipline team in designing their new fire/EMS station, adjoining headquarters administrative facility and tactical training campus. The design integrates these three main elements on a 10-acre campus. The design meets the community’s public safety needs while ensuring the sizable project is a positive neighborhood addition. The three-bay fire station features bunk space for nine, a kitchen/dining/dayroom area, fitness area and administrative space. The adjoining 8,500-sq-ft department headquarters facility houses fire/EMS leadership offices and support functions, a flexible training space to accommodate nearly 50, conference rooms and space for co-located police personnel. The tactical training area includes a burn tower, a complex of buildings simulating common structures in the community, burn props and other training features.